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Rapid technological advances have altered the landscape of business IT operations considerably in recent years. This is both good news and bad news for non-technical business owners who find themselves struggling to stay on top of all the latest developments, including the deluge of software updates, security updates, and other essentials. If you're one of those beleaguered decision makers, you may have heard of two outsourced solutions that can save you a lot of effort and confusion – software as a service (SaaS) and managed services. But if you're weighing one against the other for your organization, there are important differences between the two that you need to understand.

 

Almost all businesses have a website nowadays and find it is an important part of their branding and customer outreach strategy.  While the content, images, and layout of your website decides how the website is received, the speed and availability will decide the volume of traffic you get (and keep!). Your hosting provider, for the most part, controls the speed and availability of your website. This is the reason why you must choose a reliable web hosting service provider. 

PC problems are unavoidable. Whether you own a new laptop or have a decade-old PC at your workplace, you are most likely going to face some or other problem almost every day. In this blog post, we are going to highlight some such issues and will guide you on how you can resolve them. 

A professional losing a laptop or any mobile device has to face the humiliation, embarrassment and mockery. This is frustrating. A result of being careless at a coffee shop or airport can prove fatal with dangerous consequences. Of course, that laptop will have software and antivirus to prevent data breach but it isn’t enough to prevent data theft as hackers will find an override access into the file systems.


A common type of virus is a malware, which causes huge data loss and unrecoverable damage to your company’s system files. It is often believed that all these malwares are originated from inside. But fighting viruses from Internet is considered to be only a part of the battle against virus. Some of the viruses are originated from the inside as well, as the recent evidence suggests. Dealing with threats closer to home is also necessary.

It’s a new year, and it’s time for new passwords.  More and more of our personal and critical data is protected by passwords, and for businesses, securing this data is even more critical.  If your information gets in the wrong hands, the damages could be devastating.